Trainer Name: Riddhi Shree
Title: SecQAtion 2.0: Smart Automation for Identifying Web Security Vulnerabilities
Duration: 4 days (4 hrs each day)
Dates: May 10, 2022 To May 13, 2022
Time: 10 a.m. To 2 p.m. ISTSold Out
The purpose of this training is to demonstrate ways to improve efficiency when testing an application for security vulnerabilities. Described methods could be used easily by security engineers, quality analysts, developers or anyone interested in finding security flaws in a target web application.
If you wish to explore the power of automation using open source tools, this training is for you. The capabilities can be further extended by integrating your favorite paid tools, if desired.
By the end of this training, you will have a working code that can be used for running some initial checks on your target Web application. You will also learn skills that would allow you to easily extend the code and customize it as per your needs.
Training level: Intermediate
Following needs to be installed on your laptop/computer:
It would be an advantage if you are comfortable in following areas:
Do not expect the trainer to troubleshoot issues during software installation. Bring an up-to-date laptop and ensure your system supports installation of listed software’s.
Riddhi Shree, is an information security enthusiast, currently working as technical lead for the product security team at Qualcomm. She has professional experience in software testing, Web app pen testing, and Android and iOS app pen testing. Other than information security, she also has experience in Web and mobile app development. She has created a cloud-based vulnerable Android app, called VyAPI, that demonstrates OWASP Mobile's top 10 vulnerabilities. In the past, she was leading community activities for open security communities like the null Bangalore chapter and Winja. Having an interest in capture-the-flag events, she has organized and led a team of passionate volunteers for several Winja CTF events, both, online and offline. She has given talks and training at various security conferences, including BSides (Delhi), c0c0n (Kochi), Nullcon (Goa), ISC2 (Bangalore), HITB (Abu Dhabi), Wicked6, and Texas Cyber Summit.